First Half-Day WORKSHOP on

Challenges in RObust and Complex Systems

Torino, October 20 2022

Welcome to the webpage of the First Half-Day WORKSHOP on Challenges in RObust and Complex Systems - CROCS2022.

The workshop is organized in connection to the events of the IEEE CSS Day, and it is co-sponsored by the IEIIT-CNR Institute, the IEEE-CSS Italy Chapter and by the IEEE-CSS TC on Robust and Complex Systems.

Confirmed Speakers

Teodoro ALAMO

University of Seville
Seville, Spain
webpage
talamo@us.es

Constantino LAGOA

Penn State University
State College, PA, USA
webpage
cml18@psu.edu

Dimitri PEAUCELLE

LAAS-CNRS
Toulouse, France
webpage
peaucelle@laas.fr

Chiara RAVAZZI

IEIIT CNR
Torino, Italy
webpage
chiara.ravazzi@ieiit.cnr.it

Luca ZACCARIAN

LAAS-CNRS and University of Trento
Toulouse, France and Trento, Italy
webpage
luca.zaccarian@unitn.it

Preliminary Program

All times are in CEST (Rome) Time

Time

Speaker

Title

Abstract

Slides

14:20-14:30 Fabrizio Dabbene Welcome / Opening Remarks -- --
14:30-14:55 Luca Zaccarian "TBD" Link --
14:55-15:20 Dimitri Peaucelle "Discussion on S-variable based static-output feedback design heuristics" Link --
15:20-15:45 Constantino Lagoa "Efficient algorithms for risk minimization" Link --
15:45-16:10 -- Coffee Break -- --
16:10-16:35 Teodoro Alamo "Accelerated first-order optimization methods, with applications to data-driven systems" Link --
16:35-17:00 Chiara Ravazzi "Centrality estimation in large social networks: new tools and applications" Link --

The Format

CROCS2022 is an hybrid workshop. The in presence event will be held at Politecnico di Torino, Sala Maxwell of the Department of ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS (DET). The participation is free, upon registration on eventbrite: CROCS2022.eventbrite.com.

In parallel, to allow a broader audience, the workshop will be streamed online. A Zoom link for the connection will be provide before the event.

Connection with CSS Day

CROCS2022 will be a special event in the context of the freshly instituted IEEE CSS Day.